Here you will find a selection of creative activity, CPD training, symposiums, open meetings and opportunities for children and grown ups. These events are specifically delivered by The City Classroom for it's members, but are open to all.
Black Arts in Education
Black Arts in Education - a celebration of black arts globally with artists creating work in schools locally.
A panel discussion Chaired by Carol Leeming MBE FRSA
It is fundamental that children should have access to the richness of arts as part of their learning. It is equally important that children should see themselves, their identities represented and reflected in the art they take inspiration from.
Yet the Black Lives Matter movement has highlighted the lack of diversity across the arts sector and so, as part of Black History Month The City Classroom have invited Carol Leeming Carol Leeming multi-disciplinary artist in literature, performing & visual arts to host a conversation that celebrates Black Art and Artists working within Education locally and globally.
Join Carol and guest artists working across Theatre, Music, Dance Visual Arts and Literature as they share their practice and shine a light on the artists, they too take their inspiration from.
This event is aimed at teachers and those working with children and young people in primary and secondary education. It will provide teachers with opportunity to hear from and meet Black Artists making work with and for children and young people in schools.
Black History is British History, is World History we hope you can join the conversation with us.
Booking & Terms
To Book: Please contact the relevant organisation using the 'Contact Organiser' button on each activity page.
The City Classroom Event Booking Terms and Conditions:
- Bookings will be confirmed by email to the email address specified on the form.
- Bookings will be taken on a first come, first served basis. In the event of booking requests surpassing the number of places available, a waiting list will be established.
- Following confirmation of booking, invoices will be issued by the host organisation and must be paid no later than 3 days prior to the event.
- TCC events will usually provide 2 free places to arts organisations and up to 6 free places for MATs.
- Once an invoice has been issued, bookings are non-refundable.
- Failure to pay will result in bookings being withdrawn and re-allocated using the waiting list.
- In the event of the event being cancelled by the event organiser, tickets will be refunded in full.